I’d like to introduce you to an online friend of mine, Michelle Munt. Michelle writes the most interesting blog posts, showing there is life after brain injury.
Michelle also encourages others to share their stories. Check out Leanne Whitehouse’s post from September 6th as she tells of celebrating her thirtieth anniversary of the beginning of healing from brain injury.
Thanks, Michelle, for carrying the torch for others struggling with the slow process of healing.
If you’re not already following Michelle, why not?
Brain injuries and bad tempers seem to go together. After my brain surgery, I had little tolerance for others if their opinions or actions differed from what I thought was appropriate. I thank God for the grace others offered me. They assured me that they knew how I had acted before the doctors found my brain tumor. They trusted the sweet Robin would eventually return. Continue reading
While many of my posts have been focused on writing or emotional healing, I am also sensitive to brain damage survival. On April 1, 2011, I suffered a seizure that led the doctors to find a meningioma tumor on my brain and was given ten days to live. Thankfully, I blew past their diagnosis.
Here’s a post from Michelle Munt, car accident / brain damage survivor … and someone who understands how brain damage can flip your world topsy-turvy.